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30+ days ago

Business Banker Specialist

PNC Financial Services Group Schererville, IN +2 locations

Business Banking revenue generation, share of wallet expansion and customer loyalty within assigned customer segment. Branch Partnership… PNC Financial Services Group


30+ days ago

Origination Loan Officer

PNC Financial Services Group Merrillville, IN +2 locations

Every day you will be proactively involved in originating quality FHA, VA and conventional mortgage and home equity loans; managing customers through… PNC Financial Services Group


6 days ago

Licensed Financial Specialist

PNC Financial Services Group Tinley Park, IL +6 locations

In this pivotal role, you will be a “Financial Concierge”, and will focus on providing a best in class client experience. You will establish and… PNC Financial Services Group


30+ days ago

Mortgage Origination Loan Officer

PNC Financial Services Group Tinley Park, IL +2 locations

Every day you will be proactively involved in originating quality FHA, VA and conventional mortgage and home equity loans; managing customers through… PNC Financial Services Group


30+ days ago

UNIVERSAL BRANCH MANAGER - Orland Park Place Branch

PNC Financial Services Group Orland Park, IL

The Universal Branch Manager is responsible in creating a richer, unique and differentiated, more relevant experience for the customer with every… PNC Financial Services Group


30+ days ago

UNIVERSAL BRANCH CONSULTANT I - Orland Park Place

PNC Financial Services Group Orland Park, IL

The Universal Branch Consultant (UBC) will create and manage the customer experience for branch customers and prospects. The UBC will manage the… PNC Financial Services Group


30+ days ago

Private Client Relationship Manager

PNC Financial Services Group Palos Hills, IL

This position combines entrepreneurial opportunity with the structure, security and resources of an established name in affluent-market financial… PNC Financial Services Group


5 days ago

Teller - Full-time - Palos Hills Branch

PNC Financial Services Group Palos Hills, IL

Reporting to the Branch Manager, each day you will perform a set of regular procedures, as well as a variety of customer requests and transactions… PNC Financial Services Group


28 days ago

FINANCIAL SPECIALIST

PNC Financial Services Group Burbank, IL

In this pivotal role, you will be a “Financial Concierge”, and will focus on providing a best in class client experience. You will establish and… PNC Financial Services Group


5 days ago

Teller - Full-time - Burbank Branch

PNC Financial Services Group Burbank, IL

Reporting to the Branch Manager, each day you will perform a set of regular procedures, as well as a variety of customer requests and transactions… PNC Financial Services Group


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    The company has been good to me but I am not sure that many of my colleagues would say the same for their experience.

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    Current Employee - Financial Advisor in West Palm Beach, FL (US)
    Current Employee - Financial Advisor in West Palm Beach, FL (US)

    I have been working at PNC Financial Services Group full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    Branches are not as rigid as some of the larger competition. Managers still have room to run things according to their customer traffic. The corporate structure allows for good upward mobility. People are treated fairly well and there is an easy system for reporting hr issues anonymously. Incentive possibility ranges from decent for licensed employees or bankers. Licensed bankers have the ability to obtain full licensing without a minimum commitment to stay with the company. Good hours with branches in my area open from 9am-5pm in lobby and depending on the branch limited to no saturday employment. Bank is closed on all federal holidays unlike some competitor's. Company provides good training which may include expense paid travel to out of state classes. For the most part the atmosphere is positive with more focus on customer service than sales although this is beginning to change.

    Cons

    Pay is on the low end of the industry for tellers and bankers which results in high turn over. As of recent there has been a change in top level management with people from other big banks who are trying to implement the hard sales tactics of other firms at PNC causing the culture to shift to be more like industry heavyweights. The teller role is being weeded out to additinal atms and the "universal model" aka tellerless branches so full time teller spots are limited causing a loss of young talent. Not enough time spent fostering new entry level employees. Strict customer service scoring which makes it difficult for any busy branch to maintain passing scores. The branch auditors are ridiculous and care more about failing offices than giving them the updates on policies so they can pass. The company does not pay incentive until half way throught the next quarter making it difficult to leave bc if you are not employed on the day that incentive is paid you will not get it even if you were employed through the end of the quarter. They discourage over and under achievers by reprimanding low sales and putting a cap on high incentives. If you land a huge sale they reserve the right to ingnore the percentage you are due per the comp plan and pay you a reduced amount to avoid "windfall incentives". Goals are established monthly but they pay you quarterly which makes no sense.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    promote more from within, stop bringing in these fools from chase and elsewhere who come in and seek to change the culture to that of their former employer and whats worse bring in their buddies to fill positions under their supervision. Pay your bottom level employees more! Stop being stingy with the incentive program if someone lands a big fish let them have every last bit of the incentive.

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